• Everything You Need To Know About Care Week

    By Stephanie Farmer

    Care week is one of the last spirit weeks of the school year. It focuses on perpetuating positivity to help with the stress of finals that we are still recovering from. Bridget Smith, ASB Historian, says, “care week is an important week here at Edmonds

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  • A Greener Edmonds-Woodway

    By Kate Koenig
    Have you heard that Edmonds Woodway hasn’t been recycling? Earth Service Corporation, one of Edmonds Woodway’s new clubs, plans to change that. ESC is an environmental club, and is partnered with the YMCA environmental program. One of the biggest…

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  • The Problem Pipes

    By Severin Kavanah

    On October 31st, the night of the volleyball team’s senior night, the fire alarm was set off. Four times, in fact. The volleyball players were sent home, but have confirmed that they didn’t see anything out of the ordinary. Thus continued the weeks of piping, electrical, and aquatic issues that have vexed the student and staff bodies of EWHS.
    Mr. Wahbeh, a math teacher in E205…

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  • Sports of the Week 9/28

    By Grace Borchert

    EW Sports Review week of 9/22-28

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  • The Standards Are Watching You

    By Samuel Schwartz
    Standardized tests have become a rite of passage in public high schools. Everyone sits for one. Everyone stresses about one. Everyone anxiously checks, re-checks, and re-re-checks their inbox on that fateful day when the mysterious test-grading powers-that-be descend from their palanquins to distribute scores to the expectant masses.

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  • What’s In The Word- Episode 4

    Katrina Peterson and Kaiona Apio are back with What’s in the Word, Episode 4. They poke fun at the mattress sale, coloring club, and Thanksgiving break.

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Why We Celebrate Halloween

By Sam Schwartz

It’s Halloween today, and soon the streets of Edmonds will flood with small children decked out as every form of Disney princess, medieval warrior, wailing ghoul, and mythological creature imaginable. But where did the tradition come from, and why do they ask for candy?

The holiday…

Why American’t Pay for Better Schools

By Alissa Berman

Jemeria Winter runs to her Spanish class every day so she can be the first one there. It isn’t, however, to get a good seat or talk to her friends. She wants a blanket to protect her from freezing Philadelphia winters. Her classrooms walls aren’t insulated because they don’t have the money to keep…